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time in these cities? especially for a pitcher? >> well, if we are a three-game set against the nationals in washington, it's a great city, so i might go see a museum or i'll try to explore the culture of the city. if i'm not pitching that day. but you're at the park for a 7:00 game, i'm never at the park any later than 2:30. i mean, i'm trying to prepare for what i have to do in a couple days. >> jon: do a lot of guys go out and see the museums or -- (laughter) when you come back are they all like "hey, poindexter, what's going on?" (laughter) >> they respect their elders, it's okay. >> jon: that's an interesting point. so here's what's on -- it's incredible enough that a new york mets pitcher wins 20 games which hasn't been done since frank viola in 1980 something. you won the cy young award but you did it at you're 38 years old mastering a pitch that so few pitchers can master they've made a documentary about the maybe six or seven of you that have been able to pitch professionally at that level with that pitch. >> you know, it's funny, my career has been circuitous and t
one of the rules. downside, though, is now whenever i'm in another city, people are, like, "hey, let's go to a strip club," i've always got to chime in as the creepy dude who's, like, "hey, do you know if we're allowed to touch the girls?" hey, you guys were great. thank you very much. have a good night. captioning sponsored by triage entertainment group captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wghb.org captioning sponsored by comedy central (cheers and applause) >> jon: welcome to "the daily show"! my name is jon stewart! we've got one for you tonight, man. we're not messing around. our guest tonight, noted -- (audience yells something) i'm sorry? i hope that was not an anti-semitic slur. our guest tonight -- (laughs) it's my birthday today so -- (cheers and applause) thank you for the kind wishes. (cheers and applause) thank you for the kind birthday wishes, again, thank you. very kind. but let's get to our show! the noted author and inventor neil young is going to be joining us. (cheers and applause) we begin tonight with the attacks on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, l
missiles to drop into open fields or water and intercepting those headed for cities-- . >> jon: oh. thought it was just a yar mull can-- yarmulke. (applause) but missile defense system sounds pretty good too. hey, listen f anybody is interested in my design you know where to find me. here we are again, thankfully this skirmish ended before it could fulfill the myan 2012 prophecy. >> serious negotiations have resulted in a cease-fire in the middle east between israel and hamas. >> jon: you know are you in a difficult part 69 world when even the peace negotiations are furious. i'll stop shooting. >> no, i'll stop shooting! there is such a depressioning cyclical status quo where the untenable underlying conditions are never addressed. there are no winners here. or to put that a different way. >> who was the big winner do you think here? >> two clear win esches. >> who are the losers and who are the winners? (laughter) >> jon: you really miss the election, don't you? everything about the winners and losers in the horse race? even intractable bloodshed, just another chance to check this on whose
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